Celia Hollander is a sound artist and electronic music composer who works in audio recordings, installation, composition, performance, radio shows, videos, and text. She is invested in the ways that sound art and music have the capacity to physically create social connection through shared experience, space, and time. Hollander is active in Los Angeles’ music community through hosting radio shows on the collective radio stations Dublab and KCHUNG FM, and event programming at Human Resources LA, an artist run gallery and event space in Chinatown. Hollander’s work critically engages ways that music and sound based art can be understood as a type of architectural design that questions cultural infrastructures, cultivates social connection, and enables awareness of a continuously changing present. Using temporal perception as a focal point in her work, she is devoted to creating experiences that allow for freedom of interpretation as an antidote to a contemporary assault of media that engineers what audiences ought to think and feel. Hollander studied art and architecture at Wesleyan University.